The Constitution, in its own way, was an attempt to establish a platform from which those qualities could emerge. It limited the force that could be applied from the highest controls of government. Perverse criminals at every level rise and fall. But the Founding ideas and ideals remain. And so do the individuals who grasp them and live in freedom.
In response to a college trend of enacting harsh speech codes and limiting activities protected under the 1st Amendment to designated “free speech zones” on campuses, state lawmakers throughout the country are pushing back to protect students.
Tuesday’s speech established Trump as the man in charge. But how loyal to him and his program will be the “deep state,” which dominates this city that gave Trump only 4 percent of its votes and, paranoically, believes him to be an agent of Vladimir Putin? The Trump-Beltway wars have only just begun.
Hopefully Trump’s words helped people to understand that our problems did not get fixed just because he got elected. It is going to take extraordinary action to fix those problems, because our problems run very deep. In particular, Trump made an exceedingly strong case that the U.S. economy has been badly deteriorating for a very long period of time. The following are 11 quotes from Trump’s speech to Congress that show that the U.S. economy is in a state of collapse…
It was only an address, and a lot of Trump’s words on issues from immigration to Obamacare to the IRS sounded nifty, but words aren’t actions. The old boss didn’t know the difference. Let’s hope the new boss does.
Governments produce nothing, so governments must live off of the producers. It is the nature of governments to grow bigger and bigger and consume more and more of the national wealth. Do you see this happening? At some point, government overconsumes the national wealth and collapses. Government finally consumes more than the people can produce. -- So then, modern bankruptcy of national governments is not overspending. It is overconsumption of the national wealth.
How greedy Bill and Hillary Clinton befriended a Chinese fry cook in Little Rock who funneled hundreds of thousands in illegal donations from China and sold sleepovers at the White House for $400,000 a pop
Strip away the centralized power that protects and funds cartels, and prices would plummet. -- The mainstream narrative is "the problem is low wages." Actually, the problem is the soaring cost of living. If essentials such as healthcare, housing, higher education and government services were as cheap as they once were, a wage of $10 or $12 an hour would be more than enough to maintain a decent everyday life.
There was something deeply satisfying about watching Sunday’s Academy Awards show end in unmitigated disaster. It was the perfect capper to a very bad year for our beloved Hollywood elites. Trump’s victory, Hillary’s defeat, Obama’s farewell, the GOP claiming both houses of Congress and an unprecedented number of state legislatures and governorships, and a solid conservative nominated for the Supreme Court instead of the transgendered lesbian Marxist biracial Yucatec clan mother Hillary would surely have chosen for the job. We no longer need the “legit press” to know what the president thinks; he tweets his thoughts daily (hell, sometimes hourly). And we no longer need overpaid, self-serious “comedians” to entertain us; we’re now able to entertain ourselves, at their expense.